after inciting the violence by blacks, the obama administration now piously opines "that violence is not the answer." this of course, after leftists "critics," journalists and the obama administration telling blacks that violence directed to the black community is institutionally inspired and endemic among white police officers, and after abetting and supporting the "black lives matter" movement.
so, again, we have loretta lynch and others saying "violence is not the answer" after supplying the rhetoric that supports it.
all of this oil being cast upon troubled waters is, in essence, asking that the procedures and structures of the law be respected, and that the institutional responses to such acts must be allowed to play out, in their search for truth and resolution.
let me ask respectfully. how can citizens wait for the processes of the law to find and impose justice, in the wake of the f.b.i. and depart of "justice" white washing of the crimes of hilary clinton? we have seen in the f.b.i. and justice department the most venal & corrupt cooperation with power brokers and the influential in a long time. an f.b.i. report that establishes, in fact, beyond peradventure that hilary clinto violated the law, and then the most craven "interpretation" of those facts to posture that "under the law" no misconduct can be proved.
we have seen, in my home state of oregon, that the criminal homicide of lavoy finicum by the joint action of the f.b.i. and oregon state police swat teams is "justified" by the opinion of the oregon state governor, in effect honoring a federal program of land grabbing in and around the malheur national wildlife refuge.
the fact is, the law is corruptly enforced, and "adherence" to the "law" is as corrupt and self serving as it has ever been in this country. the fact is, simply put, that officers of the law and bureaucrats and administers of government programs cannot be trusted to enforce it honestly and with integrity.
i don't trust the law.
and, this after being a lawyer for 25 years, a good deal of it as a prosecuting attorney. the law, is "honored" as much in its breach as its observance, in this day and age.
so, if i do not trust the law to be fairly administered, and its processes followed to obtain just and equitable results, then how can i demand that others follow it, and wait patiently for wrongs, real or imagined, to be fairly and impartially addressed.
i suppose the short answer is, i cannot. and, i am preciously & precariously close to saying that i will not. so, i will be the last to categorically condemn the shooting of police by a "black lives matter" zealot.
the fact is, "black lives matter" is a movement cynically advanced by the left for political reasons, and absolutely for no concern over "black lives." obama, jessie jackson, obama, the leftist media, university communists and radicals, all are behind "black lives matter," and all use it to manipulate the black community and support black community activists, with a partisan political agenda in mind.
let me be so bold as to say that most "black lives matter" proponents don't give a shit about black lives. if they did, they would be acting within their own communities to stop black homicides, which are inflicted almost 90% by blacks against blacks.
but, individuals like the man who shot the dallas police officers do not understand that they are being cynically manipulated by the race baiters, and believe that blacks are being unfairly treated by whites, and the white establishment.
and, they do not believe that the laws and institutions in the united states treat blacks fairly, and they believe that they are being "exterminated" by the police and by whites. and, they do not trust the law. nor do they trust that it will be advanced and administered fairly and to their advantage when such is fair & equitable.
so, there you have it.
a lot of blacks do not believe that the law can be fairly administered in their interests.
a lot of whites do not believe that the law can be fairly administered in their interests, and that it is being administered to the advantage of minorities, and the leftist loonies of the environmental and climate religions, and that government cops kill whites to advance these policies.
just who stands for the government of this country, and who believes that the government is fair, and honest, and free from corrupt and violent tendencies?
beats the hell out of me.
i see no good coming from this situation, and only continuing and escalating violence.
and, as for myself, if my rights and privileges continue to be trampled upon, and i see violence as the only way to address this and protect my heritage, then, ... , who knows. if i were the privileged elite that "governs" this country, i would be extremely careful about all of this.
none of this goes under the rug.
john jay @ 07.09.2016